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Norway-Lillehammer: Anaesthesia and resuscitation devices
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Procurement of a framework agreement for medical material - anaesthesia and intensive care
The purpose of the procurement is to meet the user's need for medical consumables - anaesthesia and intensive care.
The procurement consists of the following: Framework agreement for the procurement of medical materiel - anaesthesia and intensive care.
The estimated value of the framework agreement is NOK 30-40 million in total, excluding VAT. The maximum value is NOK 50 million excluding VAT over the duration of the framework agreement.
See Section II (General contract provisions) and Appendix B (Requirements specification) for further information on the scope of the procurement.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Qualification requirement: Tenderers must be registered in a company register or a trade register in the country where the tenderer is established. This requirement must be fulfilled by the tenderer himself, it cannot be met by the use of sub-suppliers. Documentation requirement: Norwegian tenderers: - Company Registration Certificate. Foreign tenderers: - Verification that the tenderer is registered in a company register or trade register in the country where the tenderer is established.
Qualification requirement: Tenderers must have the required economic and financial capacity to fulfil the contract. It is sufficient to fulfil the requirement if the tenderer has achieved credit rating ‘credit worthy’ or equivalent.
Documentation requirement: Credit rating from a certified credit rating agency, based on the last accounting data The rating must not be older than three (3) months. If a tenderer has valid reasons for not being able to provide the documentation requested by the contracting authority, the tenderer can prove his economic and financial position with any other document that the contracting authority deems suitable.
Qualification requirement I: Tenderers must have experience from similar deliveries as regards, amongst other things, size (contract value) and scope (product assortment and number of delivery places). Similar deliveries means the delivery of medical material - anaesthesia and intensive care of an equivalent nature.
Qualification requirement II: Tenderers must have a good and well-functioning quality assurance system. This means: 1) That the tenderer must have procedures to ensure that all laws and regulations covering the part of the company that will work with this contract are upheld. 2) The tenderer must have established a quality assurance system for ethical trade. The system must ensure that the tenderer is suited to fulfil the contract obligations for ethical trade, see Annex G-1 Ethical Requirements. The quality assurance system must, as a minimum, include: -Traceability in the supplier chain; a description of important supplier chains for this procurement. - Anchorage and implementation of ethical requirements in the supplier chain; ethical guidelines/Code of Conduct, and a declaration that these apply in the supplier chains connected to the procurement.
Qualification requirement III: Tenderers must have a good environmental management system. The requirement is fulfilled if the environmental management system has, as a minimum, the following elements: - A system for the company's environmental considerations and environmental policy - Strategy and competence within the environmental field - Procedures for fulfilling the contract in an environmentally responsible way. This requirement must be fulfilled by the tenderer himself, it cannot be met by the use of sub-suppliers.
Qualification requirement IV: Tenderers must have a good tracking system as regards sustainability and social responsibility. This requirement must be fulfilled by the tenderer himself, it cannot be met by the use of sub-suppliers.
Documentation requirement I: An overview of the tenderer's 3 most relevant assignments in the last 3 years. In order to ensure sufficient competition, documentation of deliveries that the tenderer carried out more than 3 years ago can also be taken into consideration. The overview must include a statement of: - A short description of the delivery (product spectrums and geographical extent) - The assignment's value (given in annual value) - Date - Recipient (name, telephone number and email address). It is the tenderer's responsibility to confirm relevance through the description.
Documentation Requirement II: A description of the tenderer's quality assurance methods. If a tenderer is certified in accordance with ISO 9001 or equivalent standards, it is sufficient to present a copy of a valid certificate. Fill in Part 1 Annex 5 - Qualification Requirements Ethical Trade. Note that in addition documentation must be submitted as requested in the annex; i) a description of the supplier chain for the three selected products, and ii) the tenderer's, or another actor's Code of Conduct. See Annex 5 for further information on what must be attached.
Documentation requirement III: A description of environmental management measures that have been implemented in the company. The description must cover all parts of the delivery process, from the procurement of the material/raw material to when the product is delivered. The description must be a maximum of two (2) A4 pages. If a tenderer is certified in accordance with ISO 14001 or equivalent standards, it is sufficient to present a copy of a valid certificate.
Documentation requirement IV: A description of management of the supplier chain and the tracking systems the tenderer will use to fulfil the contract.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information